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9780070576070 This graduate-level textbook offers a comprehensive treatment of the underlying physics behind modern semiconductor devices, with applications to specific modern solid-state devices throughout. Modular in organization, it should be suitable for a range of courses in solid state physics and devices in both physics and electrical engineering departments. Special features include: a step-by-step formulation of Monte Carlo Transport; discussion of excitonic effects in quantum wells; comprehensive coverage of heterostructures of solid state devices; and historical introductions. Also available is an instructor's manual (0-07-911445-8), which includes a 5.25" IBM PC disk with programs from the text.